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Opening ceremony of the Media Festival

Opening ceremony of the Media Festival Opening ceremony of the Media Festival

The 37th session of the Medina Festival was opened on Friday May 10, 2019 at the Theater of Regions of the City of Culture in presence of M. Mohamed Zinelabidine, Minister of Cultural Affairs with the musical show "Lella", produced and directed by the artist Amina Srarfi whose career and creativity have earned her a great reputation both in Tunisia and in the Arab world. “Lella” is a spiritual musical show produced by Amina Srarfi celebrating the classical musical heritage.

"Lella" is a journey that took the audience of the City deep into the Tunisian Sufi musical heritage carried by velvet voices of women from different generations who sang a selection of very known songs.

The show started with a classic song interpreted by a young singer accompanied by the troupe made of women.

Amina Srarfi has marvelously conducted the troupe, while revisiting a common heritage very precious to all Tunisians with the participation of Mamia Karoui, who performed several Maddahats and Dajla Kader, who performed several spiritual songs on the rhythms of Bendir and Tabla.Meila The show started at around 22:00 with deep tones and a text read by the actress Chebbi who like a storyteller flew over the bright history of Sufism in Tunisia.

Finally, the great artist Nabiha Karaouli, with her velvet voice, offered to the audience of the City, an anthology of the best songs of the southern Tunisian Sufi.

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